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It's hard to know what art is anymore

I mean what with the internet and all it's

glorious clusterfuck of information

you'd think you'd be able to find an answer

Nowadays it's nothing but anything

as long as you can find a person

of financial influence

with social standing

to persuade sycophants

to believe that your

cardboard soapbox

is a work of great genius

so it's worth a lot of money

so really the art is all

in persuading people

that your shit is the shit

make a movie about it

!!!

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  1. You are really pretty but from a guys perspective less is more. Guys want to chase after a girl to get to know her , and yes, to see what she looks like naked. You make it too easy...and i am not trying to offend you but it seems as though you are looking for love and you are a really special and different girl and its awesome! You dont need naked pictures on facebook or this blog to get people to write to you or read your stuff, your talent is really enough to bring readers. Hope to not offend you, I think you are really talented.

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  2. I don't put the pictures up because I hope my prince charming gives me a call. I put them up because I want hits.

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